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Captain America Civil War Legacy Replica Statue Iron Man Mark XLVI 50 cm
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Iron Studios is proud to present the Iron Man Mark XLVI Legacy Replica. This limited edition statue is crafted from high-quality polystone and is based on original 3D references…
Iron Studios is proud to present the Iron Man Mark XLVI Legacy Replica. This limited edition statue is crafted from high-quality polystone and is based on original 3D references from the movie Captain America: Civil War Standing approximately 50 cm tall, the Mark XLVI is hand-painted with automotive paints and features the likeness of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. The diorama base can be displayed alongside the rest of the Iron Studios Captain America: Civil War collection!
This hand-painted polystone Statue stands approx. 50 cm tall.
Cardboard box, styrofoam
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Iron Man Mark XLVI
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